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public again possibly. >> possibly. >> taxpayers pay back our investment is in chrysler. fiat got the majority steake in chrysler and the union got minority's sake. fiat is negotiating with the union to buy the shares they would outright own chrysler. >> chrysler would become not a u.s. company but an italian company. >> they are fighting over how much is worse. what they are saying is we can make chrysler stand alone american company, let invest gores buy sto-- investors buy sk and be on its own. he is trying to find the value of chrysler. according to fiat 1 billion and the union 10 billion. >> with fiat if fiat takes over all of chrysler would will he be able to boot the union? >> the unions could still be in the united states. they have to add here to u.s. labor laws. >> good-bye or bad buy for investors right now? >> chrysler? can't buy yet. >> oh, right. let's move on to our next subject. this is interesting. joe flacco the best paid player in the nfl. >> good-bye or bad buy? >> bad buy in this case because now he's the second best player because of state federal taxes so hi
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did this by executive fiat. >> neil: he has a council that he hand-picked, sort of just reflects whatever his -- >> the department of health has the commission. there's a group of commissioners, eight to 12, and they sit bay appointment of the mayor, and they get to make this decision unilaterally because they're considering it a rule of the department of health. so that's the second problem. the third problem, which is the bigger overarching issue, is it the role of government to regulate the food intake of its citizens? >> neil: when nothing was appeales when the mayor went after saturated fat and had all these fastfood plays and others changing out their oil, and that -- >> the council passed a law. >> neil: in this case, what this defense? >> the department of health did this by fiat. and unlike tobacco, which is regulated, there's already state legislature action that labels it as a potential hazard for your health. so, therefore you have to be over 18 and show i.d. this, anybody can buy a soda, and -- >> neil: that's 16-ounce. >> this bigger. >> neil: 700? >> 32 ounces. >>
come to america, and the fiat 500 with beats audio is rockin' the block. the italian designed fiat 500. >> john: time for our thing of the day, and tonight it's our poetic justice of the day. it only took a hundred years or so, but the plantation where harriet tubman worked as a slave is now becoming a state park. the harriet tubman underground railroad state park and visitor center. broke ground saturday in cambridge, married. as for the slave owner who own the land where the park is going up he's best forgotten. >> afghan president karzai canceled a president conference and blasts the united states policies saying the united states was working with the taliban to stabilize the country to have a presence longer than the agreed upon 2014 exit date. he went so far as to claim two attacks that kill two americans as well as a number of a began soldiers served america's purposes, saying yesterday's bombings in kabul and khost didn't aim to show taliban's strength, indeed they served america. these bombings aim to prolong the presence of american forces in afghanistan. here to tell
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of italians has come to america, and the fiat 500 with beats audio is rockin' the block. the italian designed fiat 500. >> okay, imagine this one, coming face-to-face wit >> imagine coming face to face with the person who stole your identity. that happened to a colorado waitress. the thief got her cash and driver's license. soon after, a customer went into the restaurant where the wait stress starts to work, the customer ordered margaritas with an i.d. that belonged to the waitress. the server smiled and calmly walked away and called police. >> i don't know how i kept it -- cool. i wanted to jump across the table and go at her. >> police arrived and arrested the customer. she is charged with theft and identity theft. now that is one from the very dumb criminal file. if you were a judge, how would you punish this woman? go to and follow us what you think. we are back in 2 minutes. [ ship horn blows ] no, no, no! stop! humans. one day we're coming up with the theory of relativity, the next... not so much. but that's okay -- you're covered with great ideas like optional better car
and fiats. she has noticed people getting around on something new, very small, not for someone faint of heart, however. the story tonight from nbc's anne thompson. >> reporter: if there is one thing that's eternal, it's traffic. with congested roads, narrow, ancient streets and even narrower parking spaces, a small car or scooter is the way to go. now drivers need no longer choose one or the other with the head-turning twizy. our guide, mateo, an italian journalist, who covers the auto industry. four feet wide and under eight feet long, plug-in car has four wheels and not much else. there's no rear-view mirror. >> yes, no. you have to use the side mirrors for that. >> reporter: even the doors are unique. >> go like this. >> reporter: it goes up? >> yes. >> reporter: and you can see through the bottom. and windows are optional. making for a unique ride. >> ciao, mateo! there's no room for my purse, and barely room for me. in the seat behind mateo. >> oh, my gosh! okay, did it. amazing. >> reporter: but the real fun comes when behind the wheel of this zero emissions vehicle. [ honking
. ♪ [ engine revs ] [ fele announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ >> it's now 44 minutes after the hour. what stories are making headlines overseas. we begin in italy and get to a fox news alert right away. italy's top appeals court over turning amanda knox's acquittal in the roommate's murder case and ordering a brand new trial. she was found not guilty in 2011 and spent four years in italian jails. >> next in north korea. overnight the country claiming it ordered all long range rockettes to be combat ready. among the targets u.s. military bases on qualm, hawaii and mainland america. this released -- also releasing this disturbing propaganda video. it depicts an invasion of south korea in which troops are taken hostage and then defeated. >> let's go to guatemala. powerful 6.2 earthquake struck near the capital city on monday. no reports of damage or injuries. it happened so deep in the earth most people barely felt that tremor. >>> an update to a story you saw first last week on fox and friends first. americans every where we
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] [ female announcer ] small... [ engine revs ] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ >>> police are searching for a burglar who broke into a home and poisoned his two dogs. the officers pet dog was poisoned. the officer took that pet dog to the vet and when he returned home, he discovered it had been burglarized and that his police dog had also been poisoned. police say the burglar stole five weapons and other items. the officers pet dog ended up dying, the police dog is recovering. a $10,000 reward is being offered in the case. >>> oakland police have recovered an artifact stolen from the oakland museum of california. tonight one man is behind bars charged with the theft. the theft of the historic art artifact took place in january and police say they're not done with the case yet. >> the case is still developing so i'm not able to give you the details of the investigation or where we're going from here. >> reporter: investigators are looking into another burglary at the museum when three historic pistols and gold nuggets were taken back in november. thos
] wicked... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ >>> we continue our coverage now of the breaking news that we first told you about at the top of the newscast of an apparent homicide taking place in san jose. this happened more than an hour ago when police got a report of a man who was found stabbed to death here. news chopper 2 is above the area at guadalupe oak grove park. again we are continuing to follow this apparent homicide, taking place in san jose as we get more information, and we'll be certain to update you. >>> the new consultant tanked with taking out oakland's crime plan, and former l.a. police chief bill bratton talked about the issues and what he needs from city leaders. >> officially on the payroll here and the press conference just wrapped up a little more than half an hour ago. he came into town on sunday afternoon, so he's been here 74 hours he said. and since then he has met with the mayor and different city officials. he's toured the city of oakland and he came across a murder scene and then since then he said a few hours later a retaliatory s
... ♪ and now... ♪ topless. the fiat 500 abarth cabrio. ♪ >>> world leaders join tens of thousands of venezuelans for the funeral of hugo chavez today. the elaborate state funeral was held in caracas. the government shut down the city as venezuelans waiting to view chavez coffin formed a line that was a mile long. penn was there as well as jesse jackson. >>> north korea's leader says he is ready for war with the united states and south korea. north korea state tv network today showed kim jung un inspecting troops. threatened to attack the united states with a nuclear weapon. that came after the united nations leveled more sanctions against north korea for its nuclear weapons program. >>> osama bin laden's son-in- law faced a federal judge in new york city. he's charged with one count of conspiring to kill americans. the judge called sulaiman bu ghaith the spokesman for al- qaida. and he claims the storms will not stop especially the airplane storms. >> we have him under control is that there needs to be a really deepened what i would call a dive into what he knows, when he k
isolation or by government fiat. they find it through friendship, true for a patent exchange of people around them. they find it through achievement. they find it in their families, in their neighborhoods, churches, youth groups. they find it in a healthy mix of self-fulfillment and of belonging. we belong to one country, but we also belong to thousands of communities. each of them rich in tradition. these communities don't obstruct our personal growth. they encourage it. they are where live our lives. civic duty of government isn't to displace these communities, but to support them. it isn't to put their differences or threatened character or mash them into some dull conformity. it is to secure individual rights and protect that diversity. that is the duty of government. but back our vision, our budget makes room for communities to grow to the people in them have room to thrive. we can't just talk about these communities. we have to talk with them. we have to engage them because leaders don't just speak a. they listened, too. and if we listen more closely to the people, we will find t
is because it came down through a judicial fiat when it was being worked out by the states. >> yeah, look, i think that we all know especially from watching the healthcare decision that just came down there are about i don't know ten different things that the court could do. strike down narrowly the prop 8 decision. could have a more broad ruling and we will wait and see what they do. what is going to happen in the country is that eventually there will be nobody left to book on a show like this to debate both sides of the issue. eventually as time marchs on this is a country that believes pretty squarely in marriage equality. >> chris: if that is the case why not let the state legislatures do it and not ask the court to declare some overwhelming new constitutional right? >> you just heard from rand paul. legislatures are ten years behind the public. so i think senator paul give ya good reason not to do that. >> the brief does try continue to truck the supreme court what to do and quite frankly the argument that the public is overwhelmingly in favor of march, chris, is ludicrous. 33 states vo
on the american people by an act of judicial fiat. as you alluded to folks earlier, erin, to exacerbate the polarization further increase the contentiousness of this issue. i think it is served the republican party well to be the party that's pro-marriage, pro-family and pro-life and i'll tell you why. if we're serious about making inroads among minority voters which we clearly need to do -- >> right. >> -- the polling is clear. the hispanic and asian-american and african-american voters to win to our side, conservative socially and culturally, these are the voters who gave george w. bush 44% of the hispanic vote and in states like pennsylvania and ohio, where there were marriage amendments on the ballot, between 10% and 20% of the american african vote. any republican nominee for president would take that in a new york minute today and george w. bush did it by being unapologetically pro-marriage. >> ann, interesting point that ralph raises. dr. randall lando, religious voice in the republican party said that young members of his community are over this. and i want to quote what he said
if they dodge that means gay marriage is legal by fiat. so that just wipes out the popular vote there. >> yes, its can. same sex marriage proponents will take a wins a a win. >> bill: i think so, too. what about all the people who voted against gay marriage they are disenfranchised. >> yes, they are. they have had a couple years to live with that. >> bill: that's how you think that's going to come down. >> small ball on prop 8. >> bill: the other one is defense of marriage act signed by bill clinton who now very very much regrets doing it now that he is not in office. >> he makes a point when he signed it gay marriage was not big or even really being discussed. >> bill: i see that is sincere, isn't it. when he thought it wasn't a big deal. now that it's a big deal he changes. you know, i'm sorry. >> look at evolving standards. >> bill: don't say this so you don't get attached to it you are a phony, bill clinton. you are a phoney. it's the same exact issue. same thick. all right? you signed it because you thought it was going to be popular. and now that it's not that so popular, you are agains
: this is that fiat thing i'm expecting that jlo is coming out of the car. >> i'm so glad to have fiat back in the country. great cars. over away over eak did indicated. this will be introduced later this year. it fits five people on it. it's got, again, great technology, great design on it i mean, it's a bigger car than most people think fiat is. it's a family car. >> rick: looking inside this car. this car is huge inside here. it's a lot of space. >> it fits five people very very comfortably. great head room on it and different than most people think. >> rick: i think it fits seven people not all that comfortably. you say that auto sales are about to take off much the housing recover is happening. you say auto sales. >> yeah. over the last number of years car sales have increased again. one of the industries really doing well while the economy was stagnated. our numbers look like because of the age of the fleets being 11 years old, vehicle sales over the next 36 months extremely strong. >> rick: that's great news. great options here, guys. under 20,000 bucks and incredible gas mileage. th
in this direction and a judicial fiat rather than leaving it to the states to work it out, something they were, working out. >> chuck when you listened to your fellow justices here on the court say, your thoughts about the debate and where it leaves the issue? >> as for the debate, not to sound polly ann-ish, i thought it was interesting to listen to views of someone not running for office and not obsessed with the short-term politics that are wrestling with it seriously and in that regard it was a helpful occasion in the whole debate. they had the guts to go through a lot of difficult questions about is this really just like enter -- interracial marriage? what are the social consequences? what is crystallizing is a distinction developing between the substance of whether this is a good idea and the process of how we as a country are going to decide. in that regard, i do think there was kind of a tentative consensus that the procedural, the optimum way to handle it is to let the states decide and give more time to the democratic process to work this going out opposed to have be the judicial bra
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handled bye dick, by fiat rather than the legislative proceed. >> it's interesting. the president himself and the last administrator lisa jackson early in their tenure suggested that legislation was the way to go. for an issue that is so economy-wide, shakes the economy literally to its foundation, legislation is really needed. the use of mere regulatory authority under the existing clean air act is, in my judgment, improper. i think lisa... i think gina mccarthy is a realist who will quickly realize that overbroad regulatory interpretations are probably illegal, inadvisable and are likely to stifle economic recovery in the united states. >> ifill: michael brune, on that point? >> it seems a little overstated to me. first of all the clean air act was signed by president bush about 25 years or so ago. and what the president needs to do is simply follow the law and protect public health by curbing carbon pollution. the good news here is that clean energy in obama's second term is a lot cheaper than it was in his first term. the price of solar has dropped by almost 70%. the price of wind con
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to jeremy at the time? >> mostly they do. but you can't-- you can't run a big firm on imperial fiat am you have to allow a small group of people with self-confidence to make their own decision. but i can tell you what i said. i said i have a problem, dear reader, in that i have been bearish for a long time. the market in my opinion was basically overprice for 20 years. so how am i going to get to you take this seriously. because this is the real mccoy. and i have thought about it for a couple of weeks, and there is it. and this is july '07. i believe at least one major bank will fail. broadly defined, meaning the definition of bank. >> rose: hello bear stearns. >> hello bear stearns, leeman, aig, et cetera, et cetera, plus a couple that would have failed but were taken out. plus a couple more very, very big banks like citi that would have failed unless we the tax pay her come to their rescue. >> rose: was that the good thing to do, come to their rescue? >> you had to keep a few banks. morgan and wells maybe n business. >> rose: so you would have let citi. >> i would have left a couple. >>
maryland c can, the deferral, and executive fiat, driver's licenses for illegal aliens and blocking, local, state and federal cooperation on immigration enforcement and data bases, which i think is key when you're talking about national security issues. >> sean: what about the-- >> as you mentioned all of the labor department -- all of the stuff that came out in this inspector general's report about all of the monkeying around and the unethical behavior by tom perez while he was ag under the obama administration's doj. >> sean: why don't we go over the inspector general's report, basically misleading the commission on civil rights about the lawsuit, it relates to the new black panther party back in 2008, those were the guys standing outside the polling place in philly banging on batons and wearing military gear, as we're putting up on the screen here. why don't you explain that. >> yes, just to set the context, remember that these thugs were harassing not only people who were voting at that philadelphia precinct in the fall of 2008, but also harassing and hurling poisonous racial epithets
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down. you know, we're the only link in the world of fiat 500. so i continue to think you're going to see a lot of investors come here. we had a guest on earlier, and she said that we've seen some of the biggest equity outflows in europe since august. i think that's very telling. but once again, just because the fed is pushing the tide up and all the ships from floating, you still have been to be kafcarefu. in the old days, i would say, sell some calls against your stock position, but with volatility being so low, i don't know if there's enough vig there to even make it interesting. >> the one thing i'm a little worried about rick, is what happened last we can. when you have fedex, oracle, caterpillar, kind of disappointing, that doesn't set a good goal going into earnings season. if we get that kind of tone from other companies, we're going to be moving sideways. >> but haven't be expectations kind of been dampened down a little bit, bob, because of the fedex and the caps? >> we're at historic highs. maybe we would have been higher if it was tn't for them. we would have been at a
the court too quickly in this direction in a judicial fiat instead of leaving it to the states. and, hearing what your fellow justices say on the court, your thoughts about the debate and where it leaves the issue and the political implications. >> as to the debate, not to sounds pollyana-ish, it was refreshing and useful for the country to listen to two days of discussion among nine intelligent people with various views who are not running for office, you know? and aren't obsessed with the short-term political consequences of this. and they are wrestling with it in a serious way and in that regard i think it was a helpful occasion in the whole debate. because they've had the sort of guts to go through a lot of difficult questions, about, is it really like interracial marriage? what are the social science consequences and so forth. and what is crystallizing as a result of this is a distinction is developing between the substance of whether this is a good idea or not, and the process of how we as a country are going to decide. and, in that respect, i think that there is a -- a kind of a conse
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